National tax preparation firm H & R Block Inc. is headed to the state’s highest court to try to prevent a recent Superior Court decision from setting a precedent.

In March, the Superior Court overturned a Philadelphia Common Pleas Court decision denying class status in a suit alleging that H & R Block fails to disclose that its “Rapid Refund” program is really a high-interest loan. The class represents as many as 600,000 customers.

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